Tony Swartz, Attorney at Law
Tony Swartz is an experienced lawyer in Washington State. He has handled, most from start to finish, over 10,000 criminal cases. He has dealt with various types of civil cases, including administrative law hearings, Superior Court cases, District Court cases, and more. He has advised clients in transactional matters spanning topics such as business law, nonprofit law, and property law.
Attorney (Law Office of Tony Swartz)
As a private attorney, Tony represents clients in various areas. In criminal courts, he represents clients charged with DUIs. He focuses his civil practice on areas involving estate planning, evictions, businesses and nonprofits.
As current City Prosecutor for the Cities of Cle Elum and Roslyn (and formerly Cities of Ellensburg (‘14-‘19) and Wapato ('16-'18)), Tony prosecutes misdemeanors and probation violations in municipal courts.
Finally, he serves as Special Assistant Attorney General in dependency cases on behalf of the State of Washington.
Deputy Prosecutor and Coroner (Kittitas County)
Prosecuted misdemeanors and probation violations in District Court for the State of Washington. Conducted on-call coroner investigations for Kittitas County deaths on a rotating basis.
Certified Law Clerk and Mediator (Marion County)
Prosecuted misdemeanors and probation violations for the State of Oregon. Completed independent bench trials, independent jury trials, and various motions/pleas/sentencing. Independently mediated 58 small claims cases (under $7,500 in contest) and co-mediated forced entry and detainer cases (housing court).
Obtained a juris doctorate and a Certificate in Dispute Resolution. Led the Public Interest Law Project group as President, served on the Executive Committee of the Moot Court Board, and participated in various other extra-curricular activities.
Central Washington University
Obtained a bachelor of arts degree in Law and Justice. Participated in various extra-curricular activities, including founding CWU's mock trial team.